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What is one question that an adverb answers? A. What kind? B. How much? C. How many? D. Which one?
One question that an adverb answer is How often?
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The main purpose of loaded words in advertisements is to A. illustrate bias. B. compare two unlike things. C. influence the reader. D. create an image.
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The main purpose of loaded words in advertisements is to influence the reader.
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Which of the following phrases best explains the term bias? A. An interpretation of others' ideas B. An opinion favoring one viewpoint C. A point of view that tends to change D. A negative perspective on an issue
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The following statement contains a metaphor: The mighty oak is the king of the forest world.
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What is the best definition of plot? A. Where the story takes place B. When the story takes place C. What is happening in the story D. Who is in the story
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The best definition of plot is: What is happening in the story.

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Choose the sentence in which the verb is a linking verb. A. He works at a gas station. B. His hours are long and busy. C. He has walked to work from his house. D. His boss pays him well.
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hich type of verb typically includes the word "to"? A. Past tense B. Infinitive C. Past participle D. Present participle
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Congress is a noun that is properly capitalized.
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